Top 10 of 2012: Jon DeRosa

Jon DeRosa's got the spirit. This past year he released his debut full-length solo album on vinyl and in Europe. Now he's sharing his favorite spirits of 2012 with us. Drink up!

What punk rock has taught me: A discussion with Joe King of The Queers.

January 24, 2007

I can do the three chord stuff fairly well but, to me, doing the layered vocals and coming up with percussion and keyboards its a challenge. The Queers' Joe Queer discusses punk rock, the band's new album and DVD, and married life.


Top 10 of 2006

January 4, 2007

2006 may not be nothing more than a fond memory but the music is still playing. PlugInMusic.com asked a group of musicians for their top ten album picks of 2006. We've collected their picks so see what their favorites were this year.


Chali 2na talks hip-hop

December 20, 2006

"I've seen Martha Stewart say 'Forshizzel'. That just shows me that's it's in every crack," says Warped Tour alum Chali 2na of Jurassic 5. The musician speaks with Dara Hakimzadeh about Jurassic 5's eleventh anniversary and the band's commercial success.


Top 10 of 2005

December 14, 2005

2005 isn't over just yet! Plug In asked a group of musicians and labels for their top 10 album picks of 2005. See what Scott Lucas (Local H), Johnny Whitney (Neon Blonde, Blood Brothers), Kite Pilot, Bob Carlton (Sixfifteens), Aaron Barrett (Reel Big Fish), Ian Corbin (Conversation Heart), Somerset, Lars Stromberg ((International) Noise Conspiracy), Casey Brandt (Furious Billy, Mungler Winslowe) and Jon (The A-Sides) thought were best this year.


Shout. Shout. Let It All Out.

December 12, 2005

Carl Von Arbin and Ted Malmros of Sweden's Shout Out Louds sit down with PlugInMusic.com on the first night of their US tour to talk about their new album "Howl Howl Gaff Gaff" and about the music scene in Stockholm.


Top 10 of 2004

December 30, 2004

Everybody has a list. And everybody has their own favorites. So why not us? Plug In asked a group of musicians and label owners for their top ten album picks of 2004. We've collected their picks so see what their favorites were this year! See what Nick Dye (Corporate MF, Mystechs), Crystal Brandt, Mike Quinn (No Quarter Records), Robert Cherry, Drivin By, Greg Polard (One Up), Gilligan (Fake Chapter Records) and Amun Ra think were the best of the best this year.